The Ranger Raptor is a performance version of the Raptor pick-up. It will currently be sold in right-hand-drive markets like Australia and a few ASEAN regions. Under the hood sits an all-new twin-turbo, 2.0-litre engine which puts out 210hp and a solid 500Nm. There is a ten-speed automatic gearbox that was co-developed by General Motors and Ford.
The bespoke bits are under its skin, too – you get a long-travel suspension with Fox Shox, aluminum upper and lower control arms, heavy duty skid plates and underbody protection. You also get wider front and rear tracks have also been widened. The car has an approach angle of 32.5 degrees, a ramp over angle of 24 degrees, and departure angle of 24 degrees.
The SUV comes with a six-mode Terrain Management System (TMS) across high-range and low-range settings and there even is a Baja mode. In the cabin, there are suede and leather seats with blue stitching and the instrument cluster is also unique. The cabin is also fitted with an 8.0-inch infotainment system with Sync3 bundled with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There are paddle shifters as well.
The Ranger is built on the same platform of the Endeavour SUV Sold in India.